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Confidence, too. And the confidence that comes with having the numbers on your side starts with having the right people on your side. People who speak numbers, speak your language and whose reputations speak for themselves. People who understand your goals and work with you to meet them. People like you. For trusted financial advice and service that makes you feel like you belong. 

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We believe that our responsibility as mortgage experts goes well beyond simply arranging your mortgage financing. Our job is to ensure that you feel confident in the mortgage process and make decisions that best suit your needs.


In order for you to feel confident about the mortgage process and make the best decisions for your tribe, you have to feel at ease and be able to ask questions. We stay in touch with you throughout the entire process, provide information up front, but also make ourselves available whenever you need us! 

Best Mortgage Products

Being a part of the tribe has advantages. Access to the best lender products available anywhere in Canada is one of them. We use our extensive corporate networks to ensure you get the best mortgage product. It pays to belong. 


Here are a few of the lenders we have developed excellent relationships with, let’s figure out which one has the best products to offer you!

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Are You a Subconscious Spender?

More than half of Canadians surveyed are concerned about their personal financial situation but they haven’t changed their subconscious spending habits, according to a new report – The Quiet Spend – by FP Canada. Most people are spending money subconsciously by...

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What’s a Trigger Rate?

What’s a Trigger Rate?

In a rising rate environment like we’re currently experiencing, chances are you’ve heard the word “trigger” a lot lately, especially if you’re in a variable-rate mortgage.  A mortgage is made up of two components: 1) Interest; and 2) Principal. Each payment you make...

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